Two Long-Distance Moving Tips

There are few events in your life that can likely compare to the stress and work involved in moving a long distance. Mistakes during this process can cause the loss of your prized possessions or unneeded stress. Many of the issues that can come from this type of chore can be avoided by making sure to work with professionals during the move while also following a couple of tips to ensure you avoid overlooking some critical oversights. Read More 

How Can You Get The Most Out Of Your Moving Storage Unit During Your Upcoming Relocation?

Having a storage unit can be very useful during a relocation because it gives you a place to store boxes while packing and unpacking. Still, knowing how to make the most efficient use of your storage space will help ensure that your move goes as smoothly as possible. These tips will help you pack as much stuff into your moving storage unit as you can, and will also help you keep the things in your unit as accessible as possible, so you can get to the items you need in a timely fashion. Read More 

Three Things To Know About Tipping Your Professional Movers

If you've had bad experiences with trying to recruit your friends to help you move – only to have far fewer than expected show up on the big day – it's time to skip the amateurs and go straight to hiring some professionals. Booking a crew of movers for your house move eases the burden on you and can drastically reduce the stress of the day. Regardless of the rate that you pay for this service, it's important to keep tipping in mind throughout the day. Read More 

By The Mile, The Gallon Or Hour: Pricing Constructs Of In-State Moving Companies And What To Expect

In-state moving companies have various methods of charging customers for moving. When you plan to move within your same state but know the distance is farther than just twenty or fifty miles, you may want to delve into the details of the moving contracts with the companies available to you. Here are some of the different pricing constructs and what to expect. By the Mile While a few cents to a few dollars per mile seems like it would be the best option, companies that charge you to move by the mile know that they can make more money on customers who move greater distances. Read More